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correspondent and founder of 15seconds.c 15seconds.com. lauren ashbam and steve who spent decades at "new york times." are the media now, finally, leading a national debate on guns? >> reluctantly and awkwardly. the way they got this started off. painful as a journalist for 40 years to watch all the mistakes. but carrying it through now over a full week clearly going into another week after this into the holiday weeks. i think the debate is off and running and i think it has legs. >> it seems like the reporters and the pundits, some of them, at least, finally showing the emotional impact of covering this. >> in the beginning you want to do the job you're sent there to do. you get your mind in the game. you find your cell phone, your laptop and you pack your clothes and you're going to be there for five days and you're in this bubble where you cannot let emotion come in. it's not until a week later, four, five days later where we're starting to see the toll it is taking on journalists. >> is there a danger as the media do now either lead or become swept up in this debate about guns and safety t
senior correspondent and founder of 15seconds.com. laura ashburn editor and steve roberts at the george washington university who spent a couple decades at "new york times." since nothing else came back looking back in our national history and not prosecuting paula broadwell for stalking or anything else. >> we were right after the presidential election, everybody was bored. and this happened during newtown or during the presidential campaign. it would not have been as big a deal. this was a timing issue. >> nothing else going on, remember how, you know, the stakeouts in front of jill kelley's house. >> how do they send 30,000 to 40,000 e-mails. just this nonstop, salacious story. >> yes, but it was great television. sex and espionage and spies. i mean, this was the kardashian of national security. >> that's not a good thing, pal. >> wrong metric. that was the kardashian impression in the worst way. it was to try to get eyeballs and sensationalize the story and good tv and good entertainment is not the same as good information. this was not a high-point political coverage. this was inhe
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